Fortis hospital

“Mecca of healthcare” selects Barco diagnostic display systems

The Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurgaon (India) is a multi-disciplinary hospital for advanced care, with an international staff of reputed clinical specialists and surgeons. Situated in a spacious eleven-acre campus, the 1,000-bed institute is supported by four strong pillars of excellence: talent, technology, infrastructure and service. Already a hospital of reference in the region, Fortis Memorial aims to become the “Mecca of healthcare” for Asia Pacific and beyond. To help accomplish that goal, the institute recently installed Barco’s market-leading diagnostic display systems.

Always looking for cutting-edge technology to offer its patients the best possible care, Fortis Memorial’s radiology department chose Barco because of its commitment to delivering high-quality healthcare solutions. With features such as exceptional brightness and contrast, Barco’s Nio diagnostic display systems support quicker reading with minimal window levelling, panning and zooming, everything radiologists need for efficient primary diagnoses.

Furthermore, MediCal QAWeb provides automated DICOM calibration and quality assurance across all medical displays, cloud-based remote calibration and QA support, global fleet and  asset management, full audit trail, budget, MQSA and regulatory reports unique problem solving and reporting, in addition to unique auto-calibration and auto-healing features. In short, these features guarantee maximum diagnostic confidence and uptime for the PACS display systems, provide cost-savings and free up precious IT resources.

About this project

Date 18 December 2013
Location Gurgaon, India

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